The taps, finished in Polished Chrome and designed to reduce water wastage in the home, have been included in a range of properties, including the prestigious ‘Hallow’ house in Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire. According to developers, the taps were chosen in order to make the properties appeal to aspirational purchasers. They are set amongst a comprehensive range of bespoke, built-in appliances, and scratch resistant quartz worktops.
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Kelly Sharman, Sales & Marketing Director, Hayfield, says: “We have chosen to install InSinkErator 4N1 Touch taps into the larger homes at our most prestigious developments to appeal to aspirational purchasers. The instant hot water function is a practical and stylish addition to our bespoke kitchens, which have been designed with a comprehensive range of built-in appliances.
“In addition, by dispensing filtered cold water at the touch of a button means our homeowners no longer require a kettle or water filter jug, de-cluttering the worktop and eliminating the need to endlessly buy bottled water.”
Martin Green, Key Account Manager, InSinkErator, says: “We are delighted to be supplying a number of Hayfield’s prestigious properties with InSinkErator 4N1 Touch taps. The 4N1 Touch tap is an invaluable and convenient addition to the kitchen, making everyday tasks much quicker, eliminating water waste and saving precious worktop space.”